Stayed late, reviewing resumes for an opening in our hands-on research position in our Gyncological Services division and this joker from the mailroom comes in frantic, screaming for help. Not the first nor last time I've had to problem-solve medical issues. He was in terrible pain, ranting incoherently and pointing at his butt. Well it took some prozac and patience but I had to laugh when the story finally came out: he was just coming from the mens room stall on the 3rd floor, having inserted a gerbil up his rectum but unfortunately in the wrong direction as the poor little animal tried to claw its way out into his stomach. Of course we had to get the company nurse back and pay her overtime to put on the latex gloves (she actually blackmailed us into paying double time). What a hassle and waste of productive time! As this is far from the first complaint or issue our company has had on file with this particularly employee, I am now strongly considering documenting this latest unnecessary, attention-whoring incident to justify his dismissal. For someone in such a lowly job that contributes so little to the prosperity of our organization, he sure creates a disproportionate amount of trouble!